Armed with over 15 years of experience, Dr. Imran Haque is highly regarded in matters internal medicine. He is stationed at Horizon Internal Medicine in Asheboro-North Carolina, where he offers a wide range of services including laboratory services, physical examinations, diabetes among others. The dedication with which Dr. Imran executes his duties has left him famed as a reliable and qualified physician. To complement the services offered at Horizon Internal Medicine, there exist working relations with surrounding hospitals, among them, Randolph Hospitals, Lexington Memorial Hospital and Southeastern Regional Medical Centre.
Dr. Imran graduated with a medical degree from Universidad Iberoamerican before seeking specialized training from the University of Virginia through the Internal Medicine Roanoke-Salem program. He is currently a licensed medical practitioner in North Carolina.
Being a firm believer in hard work, diligence, patience, and proper organizations, Dr. Imran points to a desire to offer locally unavailable medical services as his inspiration in establishing the medical facility. He is fascinated by the inclusion of technology in the provision of medical care and attributes the improved healthcare largely to the innovative medical solutions in technology. Further, he takes pride in multi-tasking and has considered that as a habit. This he says, has made him more productive.
To the younger generations, he advises caution. He urges young people to be generous to mankind and at the same time not be gullible. To exemplify his advice, he believes in being kind and respectful to people despite their race, religion and education level among others. For him, the golden rule is to do to other people what you would wish them to do to you. This has helped him create useful networks and working relations that have not only enhanced his medical practice but also his personality. To know more about him click here.
Looking at his life, he points to his sock and textile business as his worst failure. He says the overly ambitious expansion of his business proved detrimental and as a result, he chose to stick to what he knows best internal medicine.He recommends ‘The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People’ by Stephen R Covey. He draws his inspiration from Barack Obama’s calmness even in tough times.